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Nintendo 3DS Battery Is Quick To Die and Slow To Charge

March 21st, 2011 03:03 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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An anonymous reader writes with this excerpt from the Opposable Thumbs blog: “The battery in the Nintendo 3DS is as bad as we had feared, and it’s a major impediment to enjoying the system. … With the screen at a reasonable brightness, 3D and wireless turned off when the game allowed it, and no sound, we were about to get to a little over 4.5 hours of playtime. If you like a brighter screen, keep 3D turned on, or if you have that speaker going, that time is only going to go down. … Using the cradle whenever the system isn’t being played is a habit you’re going to want to pick up, especially with a charging time of around three and a half hours.”

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